Our tasty fennel recipes prove that this versatile veg is a great addition to your favourite dishes.
Shake up this delicious dressing to drizzle over a bitter leaf salad with oranges and walnuts
This easy one-tray recipe requires minimal effort but gives perfectly cooked plaice on a bed of roasted Charlotte potatoes and baby plum tomatoes with fragrant fennel and dill. This versatile dinner idea works well with any flat white fish
A delicious roast with a Mediterranean twist, perfect for a Sunday Roast with the whole family!
Tender roasted salmon, seasoned with fresh dill and creamed horseradish, is perfectly accompanied by the zesty presence of beetroot and fennel
A simple, warm seasonal salad with cumin-roasted cauliflower and almonds, tossed with thinly sliced raw fennel, chickpeas, rocket and sultanas. A tangy yoghurt, lemon juice and garlic dressing is drizzled over the top just before serving.
Nothing says Christmas like smoked salmon. Combining zesty rounds of clementines with long, luxurious strips of subtly smoked salmon, this crowd-pleasing salad is a perfect chance for you to add something different to your Christmas Day spread.
Simple dishes are often the most satisfying and this pea, fennel and chicken pasta is an excellent case-in-point. Fennel's sweet, anise-like flavour is the pefect match for tart sherry vinegar and Dijon mustard. A truly well-balanced plate of food.
Try this elegant fennel salad for a fresh starter or side dish to impress friends and family. The unusual combination of flavours and textures really works: sweet roasted grapes, fragrant fennel and crunchy pistachios.
Try something new and impress your guests this Christmas with an alternative roast dinner starring delicate, zesty salmon
The perfect accompaniment for an extra special dinner for two, this quick and easy side salad is jam-packed with wonderful winter greens and zesty lemon
A sharp and sweet pickle is a great way to brighten up any fish supper, salad or sandwich, and this refreshing cucumber version will definitely impress.
Cooking fish inside a baking-paper parcel seals in all the flavour – and saves on the washing up! Try this simple salmon recipe with fennel, sweet red peppers and lemon for a quick dinner idea this summer.
No summer picnic or barbecue is complete without a generous bowl of coleslaw. This is the ultimate coleslaw recipe, with all the tips and tricks to make this veggie side dish perfect.
Charring veg on the barbecue adds a whole new level of flavour. In this barbecued salad fennel, lemon and sweet potato are transformed with a few minutes on the grill and finished with a light buttermilk dressing for a perfect vegetarian barbecue option.
Cheat's gravadlax marinates for just an hour for an easy starter flavoured with fresh orange and lemon.
A colourful salad packed with veg, apples and hot smoked salmon is just the ticket for a Boxing Day buffet
This pesto pork recipe is a great one to try on the barbecue this summer. Bursting with Italian flavours, it works really well with smoky, charred veg served alongside
Nutty pearl barley pairs perfectly with a honey dressing and an array of sweet roasted veg to make this beautiful Easter dish... It also happens to be vegetarian and dairy-free!
This vegetarian saffron risotto has everything you love about spring – fresh asparagus tips, fennel and zesty lemon. The Parmesan adds creaminess while the boiled eggs add a boost of protein and a handful of flat leaf parsley gives the dish a fresh lift.
Super-sweet and juicy with a fragrant, tangy flavour, pink grapefruit adds a real kick to this gorgeous salmon salad recipe. Roasting with rosemary, fennel and garlic really elevates the delicate salmon fillets
If you’re looking for a fantastic fish showstopper this Christmas, our stuffed salmon with fennel, dill and tarragon makes a mouthwatering centrepiece.
This delicious no-waste recipe for baked fennel and cauliflower uses the whole veg, from root to stem. The vegetables are given a head start in the oven while a crumbly sourdough, rosemary and parmesan topping is prepared for the final 15 minutes of cooking.
Rustle up some authentic Greek souvlaki for the ultimate fakeaway. Succulent pork belly is marinated in lemon, oregano, bay leaf and garlic, served with fragrant butter beans and creamy tzatziki.
A delicious way to serve polenta, mixed with luscious crème fraiche and topped with a rich fennel, sausage and dill ragu. This simple dish makes a wonderfully warming supper that can be on the table in just 35 minutes
Try something new with your Sunday roast and transport your tastebuds to Spain with this stunning seafood medley, loaded with cod, salmon and prawns. Tapas classics patatas bravas and chorizo add a delicious smoky heat
Upgrade your classic roast side with these visual hasselback carrots. The earthy vegetable tastes amazing seasoned with warming cumin, fragrant fennel and glazed with honey for a crisp finish
A light, summery dinner for two, fragrant prawns are tossed through paprika-spiced couscous and crunchy veggies, served with a silky garlic sauce
A Venetian favourite, these bite-sized fried meatballs are traditionally eaten as a snack or served as part of a sharing platter
Frying succulent chicken thighs until golden, cooking slowly in a white wine and fennel broth and finishing off with soft cheese and dill, gives a hearty chicken stew that's packed with fresh spring flavour
For a truly flavoursome, seasonal side dish try this easy roast fennel. The sharpness of preserved lemon cuts through the distinctive liquorice flavour of fragrant fennel perfectly, and hearty butter beans add texture
This quick and easy salad really makes the most of the season's bright and flavoursome ingredients. Hearty Puy lentils topped with nutty celeriac, aniseed-flavoured fennel, vibrant pomegranate jewels and sweet pear, and drizzled with a sharp dressing
Oranges are popular for their ability to lend vibrancy and tartness to dishes. This dinner for two sees them roasted alongside sweet root vegetables and creamy goat’s cheese and drizzled with a gorgeously zesty dressing
Savoy cabbage is popular for its deep green, tender leaves and mild, earthy flavour. Sautéed and partnered with a refreshingly zesty dressing, it makes for a delicious, healthy lunch or side dish and can be rustled up in just twenty minutes.